The ISIF formerly the National Pensions Reserve Fund, has a statutory mandate “to invest on a commercial basis to support economic activity and employment in Ireland”

The Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) used to be the National Pensions Reserve Fund. It held investments that would in time be liquidated to pay (...)

Arytza chief executive Owen Killian: “The transaction will benefit the free float of Origin Enterprises and transform Aryzta into a pure play in speciality food.”

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has raised more than €404 million from the sale of 49 million shares in agri services business Origin Enterprises.Aryzta(...)

The Swiss-Irish convenience food group Aryzta plans to sell more than half its shares in agri-services business Origin Enterprises to institutional in(...)

Aryzta chief executive officer Owen Killian said that the results underscores the “substantial expansion” of its food group business over the last six months. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times)

Swiss based food group Aryzta reported a 13.6 per cent jump in revenues for the first half of its financial year on Monday, but it still missed analy(...)

Management buyout: Carlyle Cardinal Ireland is understood to be backing a management buyout of Tullamore-based Carroll Cuisine from Swiss-Irish food giant Aryzta.

Private equity group Carlyle Cardinal Ireland is understood to be backing a management buyout of Tullamore-based Carroll Cuisine from Swiss-Irish fo(...)

Ryanair: the low-cost carrier saw its shares fall 7 cent to €9.96, which was roughly in line with other airline stocks. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

EOIN BURKE-KENNEDY Major European share indexes climbed to new multi-year highs, with the world’s largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, leading the f(...)

Ryanair put in another strong performance, on back of steady volumes, closing the day 29 cent or 3.3 per cent up at €9.96 following a sector-wide trend. Photograph: Robin Townsend/EPA

Stock markets around the world clung to modest gains on Thursday, with European equities retreating from seven-year highs, after Germany rejected a(...)

The mystery buyer of 2 Shrewsbury Road – the second most expensive house purchased in the State this year – is Owen Killian, founding chief executi(...)

Irish-Swiss food group Aryzta was the star performer, rising €2.11 or 3.3 per cent to €65.36, following positive first-quarter results earlier in the week. Photograph:Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

European shares rose again despite surveys that showed the euro zone economy may face another contraction. Investors looked to a European Centr(...)

Owen Killian,  Aryzta chief executive, who was recently awarded the RDS gold medal for business. Photograph:Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Food and agricultural supplies group Aryzta saw group revenue jump 13.8 per cent to €1.26 billion in first quarter of its financial year.In a trading (...)